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birminghammail
This new test can detect cocaine use in SECONDSBritish technique could pave the way for a simple new test for the illegal Clas
birminghammail / Posted yesterday
British technique could pave the way for a simple new test for the illegal Class A drug. Researchers from the University of Surrey developed a way of analysing chemical cocaine traces in fingerprints. When someone has taken the drug,... Read more
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asianage
New fingerprint test to detect cocaine use within secondssomeone has used cocaine within seconds. The new non-invasive technique develo
asianage / Posted yesterday
someone has used cocaine within seconds. The new non-invasive technique developed by researchers, including those from University of Surrey in the UK, can pick up traces of cocaine, even after the subjects have washed their hands. "Our results... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Scientists develop highly sensitive fingerprint test; detects cocaine use in secondssomeone has used cocaine within seconds. The new non-invasive technique develo
Decclan Chronicle / Posted yesterday
someone has used cocaine within seconds. The new non-invasive technique developed by researchers, including those from University of Surrey in the UK, can pick up traces of cocaine, even after the subjects have washed their hands. "Our results... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
New fingerprint test can detect cocaine use in secondsBritish technique could pave the way for a simple new test for the illegal clas
Greenock Telegraph / Posted yesterday
British technique could pave the way for a simple new test for the illegal class A drug. Researchers from the University of Surrey developed a way of analysing chemical cocaine traces in fingerprints. When someone has taken the drug,... Read more
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New Kerala
Now, a fingertip test that can tell within seconds if you've taken cocaine - newkerala news #274099[USA], Sep 23 : Now, knowing if someone has used cocaine is as simple as taking
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
[USA], Sep 23 : Now, knowing if someone has used cocaine is as simple as taking their fingerprints! Scientists from the University of Surrey developed a rapid and highly sensitive fingerprint test that can take just seconds to confirm whether... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
New fingerprint test can detect cocaine use in secondsBritish technique could pave the way for a simple new test for the illegal clas
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
British technique could pave the way for a simple new test for the illegal class A drug. Researchers from the University of Surrey developed a way of analysing chemical cocaine traces in fingerprints. When someone has taken the drug,... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Bricks and mortar boards: house prices increase £39,000 during degree courseof nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
of nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in cash terms was in Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, which increased by £105,362 and was also the most expensive university town in the study, with an... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Bricks and mortar boards: house prices increase £39,000 during degree courseof nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 2 days ago
of nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in cash terms was in Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, which increased by £105,362 and was also the most expensive university town in the study, with an... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Bricks and mortar boards: house prices increase £39,000 during degree courseof nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
of nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in cash terms was in Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, which increased by £105,362 and was also the most expensive university town in the study, with an... Read more
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Northern Echo
Bricks and mortar boards: house prices increase £39,000 during degree courseof nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in
Northern Echo / Posted 2 days ago
of nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in cash terms was in Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, which increased by £105,362 and was also the most expensive university town in the study, with an... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Bricks and mortar boards: house prices increase £39,000 during degree courseof nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
of nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in cash terms was in Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, which increased by £105,362 and was also the most expensive university town in the study, with an... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Bricks and mortar boards: house prices increase £39,000 during degree courseof nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
of nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in cash terms was in Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, which increased by £105,362 and was also the most expensive university town in the study, with an... Read more
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Bury Times
Bricks and mortar boards: house prices increase £39,000 during degree courseof nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in
Bury Times / Posted 2 days ago
of nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in cash terms was in Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, which increased by £105,362 and was also the most expensive university town in the study, with an... Read more
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Gazette
Bricks and mortar boards: house prices increase £39,000 during degree courseof nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in
Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
of nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in cash terms was in Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, which increased by £105,362 and was also the most expensive university town in the study, with an... Read more
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guardian-series
Bricks and mortar boards: house prices increase £39,000 during degree courseof nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in
guardian-series / Posted 2 days ago
of nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in cash terms was in Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, which increased by £105,362 and was also the most expensive university town in the study, with an... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Bricks and mortar boards: house prices increase £39,000 during degree courseof nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
of nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in cash terms was in Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, which increased by £105,362 and was also the most expensive university town in the study, with an... Read more
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Harrow Times
Bricks and mortar boards: house prices increase £39,000 during degree courseof nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in
Harrow Times / Posted 2 days ago
of nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in cash terms was in Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, which increased by £105,362 and was also the most expensive university town in the study, with an... Read more
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This is West Country
Bricks and mortar boards: house prices increase £39,000 during degree courseof nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in
This is West Country / Posted 2 days ago
of nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in cash terms was in Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, which increased by £105,362 and was also the most expensive university town in the study, with an... Read more
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Gazette News
Bricks and mortar boards: house prices increase £39,000 during degree courseof nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in
Gazette News / Posted 2 days ago
of nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in cash terms was in Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, which increased by £105,362 and was also the most expensive university town in the study, with an... Read more
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Bolton News
Bricks and mortar boards: house prices increase £39,000 during degree courseof nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in
Bolton News / Posted 2 days ago
of nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in cash terms was in Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, which increased by £105,362 and was also the most expensive university town in the study, with an... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Bricks and mortar boards: house prices increase £39,000 during degree courseof nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 2 days ago
of nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in cash terms was in Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, which increased by £105,362 and was also the most expensive university town in the study, with an... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Bricks and mortar boards: house prices increase £39,000 during degree courseof nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
of nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in cash terms was in Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, which increased by £105,362 and was also the most expensive university town in the study, with an... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Bricks and mortar boards: house prices increase £39,000 during degree courseof nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in
EveningTimes Online / Posted 2 days ago
of nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in cash terms was in Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, which increased by £105,362 and was also the most expensive university town in the study, with an... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Bricks and mortar boards: house prices increase £39,000 during degree courseof nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in
Croydon Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
of nearly £39,000 since 2014, according to Halifax (PA) The largest growth in cash terms was in Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, which increased by £105,362 and was also the most expensive university town in the study, with an... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The university towns where house prices have risen an average 22pc in three yearsin 65 university towns across the UK grew in value by an average 22.5pc, or aro
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
in 65 university towns across the UK grew in value by an average 22.5pc, or around £39,000. Guildford, home to the University of Surrey, saw the biggest house price growth – increasing in value by £105,362 (26pc) over the past three years.... Read more
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Irish Examiner
New fingerprint test can detect cocaine use in secondsBritish technique could pave the way for a simple new test for the illegal clas
Irish Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
British technique could pave the way for a simple new test for the illegal class A drug. Researchers from the University of Surrey developed a way of analysing chemical cocaine traces in fingerprints. When someone has taken the drug,... Read more
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Daily Mirror
New fingerprint test can tell whether someone has been taking cocaine in secondsBritish technique could pave the way for a simple new test for the illegal Clas
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
British technique could pave the way for a simple new test for the illegal Class A drug. Researchers from the University of Surrey developed a way of analysing chemical cocaine traces in fingerprints. When someone has taken the drug,... Read more
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Daily Mail
New test uses FINGERPRINTS to detect cocaine in a person's systemdrug screening could become the new standard for courts, prisons and employers
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
drug screening could become the new standard for courts, prisons and employers in as little as five years, researchers from University of Surrey say. These four fingerprints, taken from known cocaine users from a drug rehabilitation clinic, tested... Read more
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The China Post
Brexit means Brexit? Conservatives at odds over how to leave EUlead the Conservatives into another general election in 2022, Simon Usherwood,
The China Post / Posted 5 days ago
lead the Conservatives into another general election in 2022, Simon Usherwood, a Brexit-focussed political analyst at the University of Surrey, said she remains "a dead woman walking."That has been the view of many observers since May called a... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
This is how you can support Surrey's small businessesoffers tonnes of vegan and vegetarian delights, from Greek pastries to sweet cr
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 10 days ago
offers tonnes of vegan and vegetarian delights, from Greek pastries to sweet crepes. The deli is a result of two budding University of Surrey graduates who put their passion for good coffee and cakes to the test.Read More Pinnocks Coffee House,... Read more
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The Register
UK Data Protection Bill lands: Oh dear, security researchers – where's your exemption?"to take care to ensure what they do is 'justified in the public interest'." A
The Register / Posted 10 days ago
"to take care to ensure what they do is 'justified in the public interest'." Alan Woodward, a security researcher at the University of Surrey, said that there was a real chance researchers could be caught out by this, adding that it was... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
How insecure was this Equifax portal? Its login and password were both ‘admin,’ expert sayssecurity numbers, those numbers are not closely guarded, BBC reports. Still, c
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 10 days ago
security numbers, those numbers are not closely guarded, BBC reports. Still, cybersecurity expert Alan Woodward of the University of Surrey told the BBC that the kind of vulnerability seen in Argentina was “extraordinary.” “It’s outrageous... Read more
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The News & Observer
How insecure was this Equifax portal? Its login and password were both ‘admin,’ expert sayssecurity numbers, those numbers are not closely guarded, BBC reports. Still, c
The News & Observer / Posted 11 days ago
security numbers, those numbers are not closely guarded, BBC reports. Still, cybersecurity expert Alan Woodward of the University of Surrey told the BBC that the kind of vulnerability seen in Argentina was “extraordinary.” “It’s outrageous... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Researchers head to UK to examine sustainability issuesCentre for Understanding Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP) UK doctoral workshop on
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 12 days ago
Centre for Understanding Sustainable Prosperity (CUSP) UK doctoral workshop on new research techniques and ideas, at the University of Surrey and take part in the launch of a new international study, led by Assoc Prof Hayward with CUSP and seven... Read more
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Mashable
Facial recognition could soon be used to identify masked protestersthe combination of hat, scarf and glasses, the percentage fell to just 43%. Ex
Mashable / Posted 13 days ago
the combination of hat, scarf and glasses, the percentage fell to just 43%. Experts like Patrick Huber, researcher at the University of Surrey, criticised the paper on The Vergesaying it's not "particularly convincing" and pointing out that using... Read more
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Medical News Today
Prostate cancer: Could a breast cancer drug reduce recurrence?prostate cancer; some men may experience a recurrence of the disease. The rese
Medical News Today / Posted 19 days ago
prostate cancer; some men may experience a recurrence of the disease. The research was led by Dr. Mohammad Asim, from the University of Surrey in the United Kingdom.PARP inhibitors and ADT: A winning combo? To reach their findings, the team used... Read more
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express
Prostate cancer discovery: Treatment which could stop disease coming back REVEALEDnew technique could help treat deadly prostate cancer tumours Dr Mohammad Asim
express / Posted 20 days ago
new technique could help treat deadly prostate cancer tumours Dr Mohammad Asim, lead author of the study from the University of Surrey, said: “Prostate cancer is a devastating illness with a high death rate. “Our exciting discovery will... Read more
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express
Weight loss news: Men find THIS type of exercise harder than womenthan men. Research has also indicated that men and women should fuel their wor
express / Posted 20 days ago
than men. Research has also indicated that men and women should fuel their workouts differently. A 2016 study by the University of Surrey last year revealed that men who ate after exercising burned 8 per cent more fat. In contrast, women... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Jake Bailey: Burden of the too-frequent flyerTrust me, that envy is misplaced. If you think I'm still whinging, take scienc
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 25 days ago
Trust me, that envy is misplaced. If you think I'm still whinging, take science's word for it. A study from the University of Surrey has found that frequent travel for work "has a wide range of physiological, psychological and emotional,... Read more
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Greenwich Time
Greenwich teacher helps Israeli Lacross team win sixth-placeto Scotland, landing in sixth place. Although the other international teams st
Greenwich Time / Posted 27 days ago
to Scotland, landing in sixth place. Although the other international teams stayed in dormitories on the campus of the University of Surrey in Guildford, England, the Israeli team chose to lodge in a hotel, keeping the location of their... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Greenwich teacher helps Israeli Lacross team win sixth-placeto Scotland, landing in sixth place. Although the other international teams st
Darien News-Review / Posted 27 days ago
to Scotland, landing in sixth place. Although the other international teams stayed in dormitories on the campus of the University of Surrey in Guildford, England, the Israeli team chose to lodge in a hotel, keeping the location of their... Read more
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The Register
GTFO of there! Security researchers turn against HTTP public key pinningexpiration/revocation. No catastrophic failures with that change." Professor A
The Register / Posted 30 days ago
expiration/revocation. No catastrophic failures with that change." Professor Alan Woodward, a computer scientist at the University of Surrey, told El Reg that the risk of ransoming is real but less of an issue than the other problems. The whole... Read more

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